Public Help Sought to Find Hit-And-Run Motorist in Pedestrian Injury


LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Authorities today sought public help to find a hit-and-run motorist responsible for seriously injuring a pedestrian in the south Los Angeles area.

The Los Angeles Police Department released security video of the vehicle involved in the 10 p.m. Sunday collision at 61st Street and Broadway.

“The pedestrian was crossing Broadway, in the crosswalk,'' LAPD Detective Juan Campos said. “However, he was going against the `don't walk' signal.''

The pedestrian was hospitalized in stable condition.

The vehicle was described as a 2000 to 2010 four-door beige sedan, equipped with a sunroof, with possible damage to the hood and front end and a shattered windshield. The driver was described as a Black woman, 30-40 years old, who was accompanied by a male passenger.

A standing reward of up to $25,000 is offered by the city of Los Angeles for information that helps police solve a non-fatal hit and run.

Anyone with information on the case was urged to call Campos of the Central Traffic Division at 213-833-3713, or email him at 31480@lapd.online. Information may also be submitted by calling Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.


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